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Gustaf Anundsson Sture (Sjöblad)

Birthplace: Ravsnäs, Toresund, Södermanland, Sweden
Death: January 26, 1444 (29-38)
Kalmar, Sweden
Immediate Family:

Son of Anund Algotsson (Sture/Sjöblad) and Cristina Anundsdotter Lejonansikte
Husband of Birgitta Stensdotter Bielke
Father of Sten Sture "The Elder", Regent of Sweden; Birgitta Gustafsdotter Sture and Anund Gustafsson Sture

Occupation: Hövitsman Kalmar, Riddare, Riksråd
Managed by: Sveneric Rosell
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About Gustaf Anundsson Sture (Sjöblad)

Gustav Anundsson Sture

  • Son of Anund Algotsson Sture and Christina Anundsdotter (Lion's face).
  • Gustav Sture, Knight and Councilor
  • Born: about 1410
  • Death: January 26, 1444
  • Gustaf Sture inherited Rydboholm after his mother Kristina Anundsdotter Lion's Face 1441
  • Sten Sture the Elder (Sten Sture den äldre; 1440 – 14 December 1503) was a Swedish statesman and regent of Sweden 1470–1497 and 1501–1503. As the leader of the victorious Swedish separatist forces against the royal unionist forces during the Battle of Brunkeberg in 1471, he weakened the Kalmar Union considerably and became the effective ruler of Sweden as Lord Regent for most of his remaining life.


  • Married: Birgitta Sten's Daughter (Bielke), deceased about 1462, Daughter of Stone Turesson (Bielke) and Margareta karlsdotter (Sparre of Tofta), sister of King Karl Knutsson (Bonde) and mother of Regent Sten Sture the elder; She later married the knight and statesman Gustav Karlsson (bjurum)


  • Anund Sture Mentioned at the earliest 2.1 1461 and was then already a knight. Died 12.6 1463 at Riddarholmen in Stockholm, buried in Toresund church in Selebo hd in Södermanland and written on the tombstone to Rävsnäs in the said sn.
  • Sten Gustavsson Sture, (Sten Sture the Elderly), national director, born 1440. Regent of Sweden, Reign 1 June 1470 – 6 October 1497, 12 November 1501 – 14 December 1503, married Ingeborg Tott. now called "Sten Sture the Elder". It is stated in 1477 to be 30 years old, which should mean that he did not reach the age of 40, that is, he was born at the earliest in 1437. Mentioned for the first time 2.1 1461 and was already knight. Was the chief white man in Västergötland in the summer of 1469. At the death of Karl Knutsson 15.5 1470 became a high priest at Stockholm, Örebro and Turku castle and called himself 1.6 1470 "the governor of the country at this time". Acclaimed as head of state in Arboga around 1.5 1471 Recognized 6.10 1497 King Hans and received 3.12 1497 from this entire Turku diocese, Nyköping County with Näveberg, Rekarne, Färingön, Sorunda and Ösmo snr on Södertörn as well as Götala wilderness in Västergötland. During the reign of King His reign, the head of the state. In the summer of 1501 made rebellion against him and was elected again on 12 November 1501 to the governor of the state. Died 14.12 1503 in Jönköping.Tott ) and Märta Bengtsdotter ( Vinstorpaätten ). Mrs. Ingeborg died towards the end of 1507. Prior to the marriage to Sten Sture, she had been married on March 11, 1464, to the not-long-deceased Hans Sigurdssönn ( Yngre Sudreimsätten ), of whom she received a morning gift located in Kållands hd in Västergötland. By King Hans, she was granted a life sentence on Tavastehus County. Also, as a widow, had Satakunda as a county but renounced Sten Sture's other counties in 1504. Sten Sture d. Had, apart from marriage, a daughter Birgitta, who became a nun in Vadstena monastery 9.10 1485 and died 27.6 1536.
  • Birgitta Gustavsdotter (Sture), grandmother of Gustav Vasa. Marriage of the subject 1453. Died in 1472. Was married before 2.1 1461 to the Swedish National Council and the knight Johan Kristiernsson (Vaasa), who by 1474 was married to Birgitta Tordsdotter in her former marriage, daughter of Marshal Tord Bonde and Iliana Åkesdotter ( Tott ).

Their son Gustaf Sture (d 1444) is mentioned in 1441 and 1445 as Gustaf Anundsson "calls S" and "who was called S". In Vadstenadiariet's note on his funeral, he is named Gustaf Sturesson, which is linked to his father being so often called Sture Algotsson. He has at the earliest been able to be deposited in the conditional letter of resignation that three bishops and nine saviors, including his uncle Gustaf Algotsson 11 Jan 1436 in Arboga wrote to King Erik. On Lord's Day in Söderköping the same year, S, like his uncle, was among the 50 national councils and men who issued the privilege letter for the Swedish church on October 25 and among the 66 issuers of the antedated privilege letter for Sthlm. Both were also among the 95 aristocrats who on the gentlemen's day in (South) Tälje late summer 1438 entered the aforementioned confederation. By the same year he had married his half-sister Birgitta Stensdotter (Bielke; bd 4, s 152); he had been among the fasters in his morning gift letter, when he later remarried after becoming a widow after her cousin Birgitta Turesdotter (Bielke; vol. 4, p. 150). In 1441, the Archbishop of Lund testified that a shipload destined for him from Holland was brought by S, who was annexed at Älvsborg. This had been defended in 1439 against a Norwegian attack by Karl Knutsson's half-brother, the landowner Ture Stensson (Bielke; vol. 4, p. 151), Birgitta Stensdotter's brother, who died the same year. Thus S, by his brother-in-law Karl Knutsson, must have been made to Ture Stensson's successor at Älvsborg. Like Karl Knutsson, he was among the 76 who, according to Vadstenadiariet, was dubbed a knight at King Kristoffer's coronation in Uppsala Cathedral on 14 September 1441. In the conciliation letter between Karl Knutsson and Cristiern Nilsson (Vaasa) a few weeks later, S is mentioned among the former six lifters. In 1443 he was involved in the attempt of the Pomeranian Duke Barnim to mediate between kings Erik and Kristofer. S was then chief of the Kalmar, which he held even at his death the following year. The Lundensian Archbishop's aforementioned complaint against him in 1441 is not the only evidence of violent tendencies in him. Another complaint is in Bishop Tomas's letter to Karl Knutsson 1436 (Bring). Son of S was Another complaint is in Bishop Tomas's letter to Karl Knutsson 1436 (Bring). Son of S was Another complaint is in Bishop Tomas's letter to Karl Knutsson 1436 (Bring). Son of S wasSten Sture (the elder) (below) , with whom this genus S died on the male side. Her only sister, Birgitta Gustafsdotter, became the grandmother of King Gustav I. -


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Om Gustaf Anundsson Sture (Sjöblad) (svenska)

Gustav Anundsson Sture

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Gustav Anundsson Sture, riddare och riksråd, född cirka 1410, död cirka 1444. Son till Anund Algotsson Sture och Christina Anundsdotter (Lejonansikte).

Gift med Birgitta Stensdotter (Bielke) (omgift med Gustav Karlsson (Gumsehuvud)).


   * Sten Gustavsson Sture, (Sten Sture den äldre) riksföreståndare, född 1440.
   * Birgitta Gustavsdotter (Sture), farmor till Gustav Vasa.

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Gustaf Sture ärvde Rydboholm efter sin mor Kristina Anundsdotter Lejonansikte 1441

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Gustaf Anundsson Sture (Sjöblad)'s Timeline

Ravsnäs, Toresund, Södermanland, Sweden
April 1, 1440
Östra Ryd, Uppland, Sweden
Strängnäs, Södermanland, Sweden
January 26, 1444
Age 34
Kalmar, Sweden